Robert "Bobby" Johnson
Trial Lawyer Bobby Johnson is proud to call Cobb County his home for over 26 years. He attended Harrison High School before obtaining his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia. At UGA, he earned a degree in Political Science with a minor in Archaeology.
Following college, Bobby worked for several years as a paralegal. He then attended Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. While at Stetson, Bobby won the campus mock trial competition. He also graduated from the student leadership program. Additionally, he helped organize and create the Friends of Raman Scholarship in honor of a dear friend and classmate, Raman Subramanian, who passed away from cancer at the end of his 1L year.
After graduating law school, Bobby worked at Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers as an associate, representing employers and insurers in workers’ compensation claims. While at Swift Currie, he tried multiple workers’ compensation cases throughout the state of Georgia, participated in numerous mediations and conducted multiple physician depositions.
In July 2010, Bobby decided he would rather represent injured workers and plaintiffs than continue representing insurance companies. He joined Bhrett J. Pizza, Attorney at Law, P.C. as an associate. For the last 7 years, he has represented injured workers and individuals injured by the negligence of another all over the state of Georgia. He has tried cases to verdict involving motor vehicle collisions, punitive damages for DUI, and slip and fall/premises liability. He has represented injured workers throughout Georgia and successfully settled multiple catastrophic injury cases. In the last 7 years, Bobby has settled millions of dollars of personal injury and workers’ compensation claims.
In September of 2017, Bobby formed a partnership with his good friend John Alday. John and Bobby look forward to representing the residents of Cobb County and the state of Georgia in personal injury and workers’ compensation claims.
Bobby and his wife, Samantha are residents of Marietta, Georgia. He has two adorable children, Mary Wells and Winn. He and his family are members of Due West United Methodist Church and enjoy spending time with family and friends, watching UGA football and fishing. He also plays bass guitar in two bands, Bellwether Station and Attractive Nuisance. Bellwether Station won the Atlanta Bar Association’s Law Jam twice. Attractive Nuisance is a regular on the main stage at Taste of Marietta.
Bobby sits on the board of the Cobb County Safety Village. He also volunteers to judge the Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition every year.